Electric Grill

Electric grills must plug into an electrical outlet.

  • If you live in an apartment or an area that can’t accommodate charcoal or gas, you can still cook out with an electric grill.
  • You can produce some excellent cookout cuisine using ceramic briquettes and a good marinade.
  • If an extension cord is needed, select the right type.

Don Steak's Recommended Electric Grills


Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Patio Bistro Electric Grill, Red (Lawn & Patio)


Features: 320 square inches of grilling surface area or 8 to 12 hamburger capacity, Electric TRU-Infrared cooking system allows you to cook your food evenly with less flare-ups - juicier food, every time, Porcelain-coated premium cooking grates are rust-resistant and easy-to-clean, Compact and stylish design with wheels to easily move around your backyard or patio, Great option if you can't use gas or charcoal and have a small footprint
List Price: $199.99 USD
New From: $140.99 USD In Stock
Used from: $101.58 USD In Stock

Livart LV-982 Electric Barbecue Grill, Orange (Kitchen)


Features: Great for Yakitori-style cooking, Simple to use, Adjustable grill height, Detachable Stainless Steel Grill, Bottom tray catches fat
List Price: $50.00 USD
New From: $43.99 USD In Stock
Used from: $50.50 USD In Stock

Weber 55020001 Q 2400 Electric Grill (Lawn & Patio)


Features: 1560-watt electric heating element to heat 280 square-inch total cooking area, Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates and cast aluminum lid and body, Dimensions (Inches) Lid Open : ( H x W x D) - 26 x 31.5 x 25.1, Fully assembled out of box, Infinite control burner valve settings, 6-foot grounded cord
New From: $299.00 USD In Stock
Used from: $219.99 USD In Stock